2020 The Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments Horn Clarinet Saxophone - Aeolus Wettbewerb ...

2020 The Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments Horn Clarinet Saxophone - Aeolus Wettbewerb ...
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The Aeolus
International Competition
for Wind Instruments
Horn Clarinet Saxophone
 The prize winner’s concert will be recorded and broadcasted by the radiostation Deutschlandfunk.
 Member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions
September 8 to 13 , 2020                                        th           th

Media Partner of the Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments
Organizer   Organizer of the Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments is
            the Sieghardt Rometsch-Stiftung.
            It is the mission of the Sieghardt Rometsch Stiftung to support talented
            young musicians.
            While there is general awareness in our society for the need to foster
            young scientific talent, the same is not true for encouraging highly talen-
            ted young artists. This foundation aims to make a contribution towards
            redressing the balance between scientific and artistic education.
            To this end, the foundation focuses on the discovery and support of musical
            talent in young people, so that “Man shall not neglect himself”, as Schiller
            demanded in his letters of aesthetic education. For music addresses the
            soul, mind and body in equal measure. It promotes intelligence and self-
            confidence as much as social behaviour.
            The Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments is at the cen-
            tre of the foundation’s strategy to encourage the gifted youth. It intends
            to encourage wind musicians to exceptional achievements, to create for
            them a yardstick for performance standards, and finally to offer them
            a platform for public performance.

Partners    Partners
            – the Robert Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf
            – the Düsseldorfer Symphoniker and
            – Deutschlandfunk, Cologne/Radiostation
Nicholas Milton Chair

                      Nicholas Christopher Milton, born 1967 in Sidney is an Australian conductor and violinist.
                      He is presently Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Göttingen Symphony
                      Orchestra (Germany) and Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Canberra Symphony
                      Orchestra as well as Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Willoughby Symphony

                      He studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the Michigan State University, the
Jury                  Mannes College of Music and the Juilliard School. He holds four Master degrees, in Violin,
                      Conducting, Music Theory and Philosophy, and a Doctorate in Music from the City Univer-
                      sity of New York.

                      He is one of the most outstanding Australian Conductors working today.

                      His awards include the Queen Elisabeth Silver and the New York Masters Award in

                      He is the only Australian conductor ever nominated for a Grammy award. And was
                      the youngest ever appointed concertmaster of a major Australian orchestra. Milton won
                      the 1999 Symphony Australia Conductor of the Year Competition and was awarded the
                      Australian Centenary Medal for Service to Australian Society and the Advancement of

                      Nicholas Milton‘s discography includes about 50 CD recordings.

       Daniel Gauthier Saxophone

       Daniel Gauthier born in Canada was appointed to a professorship at the Detmold Academy of Music in 1997.
       In 2003 he moved to the Cologne Academy, where he holds Germany’s only professorship in the field of clas-
       sical saxophone.

       Daniel Gauthier studied in Canada and France. After first prizes in saxophone at the Montreal Conservatory
       and Bordeaux Conservatory, he earned a doctoral degree in interpretation at the University of Montreal.

       At the age of twenty-four Gauthier became the first saxophonist to win the Grand Prize in the International
       Stepping Stone of the Canadian Music Competition. In addition, he was a prize-winner at the Ancona Inter-
       national Music Competition in Italy and received scholarships from the Canadian Art Council and Quebec
       Ministry of Culture.

       Gauthier has performed in Canada’s major cities as well as in Washington (D.C.), Newport, Tokyo, Osaka,
       Buenos Aires, Paris, Munich, Berlin, Verona, Istanbul, Athen, Ljubljana, Istanbul, Amsterdam and Salzburg.

       Gauthier is active in the fields of traditional and contemporary music. He has premiered a number of compo-
       sitions and collaborated with a lot of composers like Franco Donatoni and Hans-Joachim Hespos. He presen-
       ted master classes in almost all European countries and also served as a jury member on all most important
       saxophone competitions.

       Since 2000 Gauthier has been a member of the International Saxophone Committee. He received two times
       the famous German CD Award “ECHO Klassik”, with the Alliage Quartett in 2005 (“Una voca poco fa”) and as
       soloist in 2006 (“Spirito latino”). He appeared several times on different European TV net works.
Michel Lethiec Clarinet

                                                  The clarinettist Michel Lethiec is considered to be one of the most
                                                  eminent figures in the world-wide classical musical s^cene. Born
                                                  in France he teaches at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de
                                                  Musique de Paris and at the Nice Conservatoire and gives master
                                                  classes all over the world.

                                                  He is the Artistic Director of the Festival Pablo Casals in Prades.
                                                  He has appeared with numerous famous orchestras such as the
                                                  St-Petersburg Philharmonic, the Israel Chamber Orchestra,
                                                  Barcelona Orchestra, the English Chamber Orchestra, the Phil-
                                                  harmonique de Radio France etc.. Devoted to contemporary music
                                                  he has played premier performances of numerous pieces including
                                                  concertos by composers such as: Penderecki, Corigliano, Denisow,

                                                  His recordings include about twenty compact discs, among which
                                                  are two Grands prix du Disque.

Ralph Manno Clarinet

With only being 29 years old he became professor for clarinet at the Hochschule für Musik
Cologne and is leading one of the most successful master classes for clarinet in Europe.
He is one of the leading clarinettists of his generation and is performing as soloist on many
international festivals and concert halls.

After his studies in Cologne he received national and international scholarships as the
“Studienstiftung des Deutsche Volkes” and the “Herbert-von-Karajan-Academy” of the
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and he was prize winner of the “Deutsche Musikwettbewerb”.
Already at the age of 20 he became the solo-clarinetist of WDR Orchestra Cologne before
Sergiu Celibidache called him to join the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra.

As soloist he has been performing with renown orchestras on national and international
concert stages and festivals such as Suntory Hall- Tokyo, Lincoln Centre – New York, Teatro
Colón – Buenos Aires etc. He dedicates himself with great enthusiasm to chamber music.
He is giving concerts and master classes regularly in the USA, Japan, South America, Australia
and Europe.

Ralph Manno’s discography is huge and contains most of the famous compositions for clarinet
by Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann as well as 20th century composers from Hindemith,
Strawinsky, Messaien, Bartók etc.

“Phenomenal intensity” writes the “Neue Zürcher Zeitung” about Ralph Manno’s clarinet
playing. “Highlights of classic” is the headline of the “New York Times”.
Timothy McAllister Saxophone

                             Timothy McAllister is an American classical saxophonist and educator. Born
                             in 1972, he gave his solo debut at age 16 with the Houston Civic Symphony.
                             As a teenager he attended the Interlochen Center for the Arts. He studied
                             saxophone with Donald Sinta and conducting with H. Robert Reynolds at
                             the University of Michigan. He holds a Bachelor of Music (1995), Master of
                             Music (1997), and a Doctor of Musical Arts (2002). As of 2014 he has been
                             appointed to the position of Associate Professor of Saxophone at the Uni-
Jury                         versity of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance a title held previously
                             by Donald Sinta and Larry Teal.

                             He has premiered over 200 new works. In 2013, he premiered Saxophone
                             Concerto dedicated to him by the composer John Adams with the Sydney
                             Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House.

                             He is the Soprano Chair of the world-renowned PRISM Saxophone Quartet.
                             He also regularly performs with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Cabrillo
                             Festival Orchestra, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

                             Timothy McAllister has been hailed as a “virtuoso … one of the foremost
                             saxophonists of his generation” (The New York Times) known for “wondrous
                             dexterity” (Gramophone Magazine) and a “beautifully rounded tone” (The Ann
                             Arbor News).

       Frøydis Ree Wekre Horn

       “Through a long and distinguished career as one of the world’s
       leading horn players, as a professor and celebrated cultural
       personality, Frøydis’s work has been of tremendous value to
       the art of horn playing and its repertoire of contemporary
       music. “

       She studied Horn in Sweden, Russia and the US. Her principal
       teachers were Wilhelm Lanzky-Otto and Vitali Bujanovsky.
       Froydis first won a position with the Norwegian Opera Orches-
       tra, then in 1961 she joined the Oslo Philharmonic and became
       co-principal in 1965. In 1991, she retired from the orchestra
       to be professor of horn and wind chamber at the Norwegian
       Academy of Music.

       She is an active lecturer and participates in juries at internatio-
       nal competitions. Her book “Thoughts on playing the horn well”
       has been translated into several languages. Frøydis Ree Wekre
       has been an honorary member of international Horn society
       since 1994, where she served as president for two years.
Radovan Vlatković Horn

       One of the leading instrumentalists of his generation, Radovan Vlatković has tra-
       velled the globe performing extensively as a soloist and popularising he horn
       as recording artist and teacher.

       Born in Zagreb in 1962 he completed his studies with Professor Prerad Detiček at
       the Zagreb Academy of Music and Professor Michael Höltzel at the Music Academy
       in Detmold, Germany. Radovan Vlatković is the recipient of many first prizes in
Jury   national and international competitions, including the Premio Ancona in 1979 and
       the ARD Competition in Munich in 1983 – the first to be awarded to a horn player
       for fourteen years.

       From 1982 until 1990 he served as Principal Horn with the Radio Symphony Orches-
       tra Berlin under Maestros Riccardo Chailly and Vladimir Ashkenazy, from 1992 to
       1998 he held the post of Horn Professor at the Stuttgart Musikhochschule. 1998
       he became Horn Professor at the renowned Mozarteum Salzburg. In May 2008 he
       premiered the Horn Concerto written for him by Krzystzof Penderecki together with
       the Bremen Philharmonic and the composer conducting.

       In 2014 Vlatković was awarded an Honorary Membership of the Royal Academy
       of Music (Hon RAM), an honour bestowed upon only 300 distinguished musicians

                                  Raimund Wippermann

                                  Raimund Wippermann studied music teaching, sacred music and choirmaster at
                                  the University of Music in Cologne and Duesseldorf. Postgraduate studies at the
                                  conservatory in Stockholm followed (amongst others with Professor Eric Ericson);
                                  several years’ engagement as church musician; 1991 appointment as Director
                                  of Music at the dome in Essen where he was entrusted with the direction of the
                                  dome choir and the formation of the girls’ choir.

                                  Since 1997 is Raimund Wippermann professor for choir conducting at the Robert
                                  Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf where he already started as a teacher in
                                  1990. A special emphasis of his work as professor is the choir master teaching
                                  of students of sacred music.

                                  Since August 2004 he has been the director of the Robert Schumann Hochschule
                                  in Düsseldorf.

                                  Raimund Wippermann is the founder and artistic director of the chamber choir
                                  Cantemus. From 1995 until September 2000 he was also choir master of the
                                  Städtischer Musikverein in Düsseldorf.

                                  He has been a price winner of the German choir competition with his chamber
                                  choir Cantemus in 1990 in Stuttgart and the first price in the 8th German choir
                                  competition 2010 with his girl choir of the Dome in Essen.
Jury Rules
                                  1     The jury operates to set rules.
                                        The decisions of the jury are final.
                                        There is no right to legal appeal.               2     During the competition, competitors
                                                                                               may be neither advised nor taught by
                                                                                               members of the jury.

         3   Judgment criteria are:
             – artistic personality
             – musical interpretation
             – technical proficiency
             to a level which may be expected
                                                               4      Only the jury decides on the award of a prize. The jury may
                                                                      suspend the awarding of the prizes. Prizes may be awarded,
                                                                      but the jury is not required to do so. Prizes may be divided.

             from young soloists of sufficient
             maturity for public performance.

    1    The distribution of prizes is as follows:

         a) Jury-Prizes
         First prize: EUR 20.000
         EUR 17.000 cash prize and EUR 3.000 scholarship
                                                                    2     Concert Invitations The scholarship prizes are being
                                                                          provided by the Meyer-Struckmann- Stiftung.
                                                                          The scholarship prizes are stipends to be used for concert
                                                                          performances. Concerts may be arranged in cooperation
                                                                          with the concert agency Jens Gunnar Becker in Dortmund

         Second prize: EUR 15.000
         EUR 12.000 cash prize and EUR 3.000 scholarship                               The overall winner shall be granted the title of
                                                                                       ‘First Prize Winner of the Aeolus International
Prizes   Third prize: EUR 10.000                                                       Competition for Wind Instruments 2020’.
         EUR 7.000 cash prize and EUR 3.000 scholarship

         Special Prize for the best interpretation of
         contemporary music: EUR 7.000
         EUR 4.000 cash prize and EUR 3.000 scholarship             4     The second and third runners-up are entitled to
                                                                          the title ‘Prize Winner of the Aeolus International
                                                                          Competition for Wind Instruments 2020’.

         Fourth prize: EUR 1.800
         Fifth prize: EUR 1.200                                           The best participant of each instrumental category who has
         Sixth prize: EUR 1.000                                           reached the final and prize winner’s concert is entitled to the
         Each remaining participant of the semifinal:                     title ‘Overall Winner of the Category (Horn, Clarinet, Saxophone)
         scholarship EUR 500                                              of the Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments

         b) Audience Award: EUR 2.000
                                                                                       All participants in the third round
         All prizes will be awarded for the competition                                will be awarded a diploma.
         as a whole rather than for each instrument.
1   First round, to last not longer than 15 minutes
       a) Robert Schumann: Adagio and Allegro, op. 70
       b) Mátyás Seiber: Nocturno Ed. Schott                                3    Third round, to last not longer than 30 minutes
                                                                                 a) Antonio Rosetti: Concert for Es Major
                                                                                    (Murray 49) 1. and 2. Movement,
                                                                                    Ed. Kunzelmann, Ed. DVML
                                                                                 b) Camille Saint-Saëns: Romance E Major
                                                                                    op. 67 (Ed. J. Hammele et Cie., or Ed. Henle
                                                                                 c) Heinz Holliger: Cynddaredd - Brenddwyd
                                                                                    (Fury - Dream) for Horn Solo, Ed. Schott

Compulsory Programme for Horn

                                                               4     The Final and prize Winner’s concert
                                                                     Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concert for Horn Es Major,

                                                                     KV 495, Ed. Bärenreiter, Ed. Henle
       Second round, to last not longer than 30 minutes
       a) Gioachino Rossini: Introduction, Theme and                 The concert of Antonio Rosetti, Richard Strauss and Wolfgang
          Variations Ed. Peters                                      Amadeus Mozart Mozart have to be played from memory. The
       b) Richard Strauss: Concert for Horn Nr. 2 Es Major,          jury reserves the right to have the required pieces played whole
          1. and 2. Movement, Ed. Boosey and Hawkes                  or in part.
       c) A contemporary solo piece of own choice composed
          after 1980

   1   First round, to last not longer than 15 minutes
       a) Sergei Prokofjew (Federico Kurtz de Griñó):
          Five pieces of ‘Romeo und Julia’
       b) Carl Nielsen: Concert for clarinet, op. 57 (1. movement)
                                                                         3     Third round, to last not longer than 30 minutes
                                                                               a) Jean Françaix: Tema con Variazioni
                                                                               b) Johann Stamitz: concert B-major

Compulsory Programme for Clarinet

                                                                         4     The final and prize winner’s concert
                                                                               Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
                                                                               Concert for clarinet A-major, KV 622

   2   Second round, to last not longer than 30 minutes
       a) A solo piece composed after 2000, own
          composition possible
       b) Carl Maria von Weber:
          Grand Duo Concertant, op.48
                                                                               The concert for clarinet Opus 57 from Carl Nielsen
                                                                               and the concert for clarinet A-Major KV 622
                                                                               from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart have to be played
                                                                               from memory.
                                                                               The jury reserves the right to have the required pieces
                                                                               played whole or in part.
1    First round, to last not longer than 15 minutes
     a) André Jolivet: Fantaisie-Impromptu
     b) Lars-Erik Larsson: Konsert op. 14, (1. movement)                 2    Second round, to last not longer than 30 minutes
                                                                              a) Georg Philipp Telemann:
                                                                                 One of the 12 fantasies for flute solo Twv 40:2-13
                                                                              b) A contemporary solo piece of own choice composed
                                                                                 after 1980, an own composition is possible
                                                                              c) Lars-Erik Larsson: Konsert op. 14, 2. and 3. movement

Compulsory Programme for Saxophone

3    Third round, to last not longer than 30 minutes
     a) Henri Sauguet: Sonatine bucolique
     b) Edison Denisov: Sonate                                          4     The final and prize winner’s concert
                                                                              Pierre-Philippe Bauzin: Poême

                                                                              The second and third movement from the concert
                                                                              of Lars-Erik Larson and the concert ‘Poême’ of
                                                                              Pierre-Philippe Bauzin have to be played from memory.
                                                                              The jury reserves the right to have the required pieces
                                                                              played whole or in part.

1 The 15th ‘Aeolus International Com-
  petition for Wind Instruments’ 2020
  is open to Horn, Clarinet, Saxophone.       2   The competition rounds are open
                                                  for public viewing.
                                                                                               3    The competition will be held
                                                                                                    from September 8th to
                                                                                                    September 13th, 2020 in Düsseldorf,
                                                                                                    Federal Republic of Germany.

Terms and Conditions
                                               4       The ‘Aeolus International Competition for Wind
                                                       Instruments’ is open to young soloists of all
                                                       nationalities born on or after January 1st, 1992.

5   Application (see application form) must
    reach not later than April 30th, 2020.

    Wettbewerbsbüro Aeolus
    Robert Schumann Hochschule
                                              6   6. The application form must be completed
                                                  in clear block letters and accompanied by:

                                                  – a copy of the applicant’s birth
                                                    certificate, passport, or other official
                                                                                               Space for competitors is limited.
                                                                                               Decisions regarding the accep-
                                                                                               tance of applicants are entirely
                                                                                               at the discretion of the competition
                                                                                               management and are based on
    Fischerstrasse 110                              document;                                  the qualifications as evidenced by
    40476 Düsseldorf, Germany                     – a short resume, in German or English,      the biography as outlined under
                                                    detailing the applicant’s artistic career, number 6. In case of equal quali-
    Application cannot be submitted via the         including instructors, degrees             fications decisions are made on
    internet. Space for competitors is limited.   – any prizes, awards or certificates earned; the basis of the sequence of regis-
    In order to ensure the consideration of       – a recent passport photo.                   tration. Applicants are not entitled
    an application, it is encouraged that all     The documents will not be returned to        to acceptance, and application
    potential performers submit their applica-    the applicant.                               does not guarantee a place in the
    tions earlier than the published deadline.                                                 competition.
8   Each applicant who will be admitted
    to the competition will receive a

    written confirmation of registration
    no later than May 31st, 2020.                     Registration fee is EUR 180,00. After the applicant has received the confir-
                                                      mation of registration, the registration fee must be transferred by the appli-
                                                      cant until May 31st, 2020. Every participant who will come to Düsseldorf to
                                                      the competition will receive EUR 130,00 back, so that his real registration
                                                      fee will amount to only EUR 50,00.

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                                                      reason for payment: Aeolus Competition/name of applicant.
     Piano accompanists will be provided to appli-
     cants free of charge. Personal accompanists      All payments must be made free of charge. If the fee is to be paid
     are allowed at the applicant’s expense. The      by a person other than the applicant, ensure that the applicant’s
     name of the accompanist must be filled in        name is clearly indicated. The registration fee is entirely non-refundable.
     the application form.                            A late payment will result in expulsion from competition.

     11       Applicants are responsible for their board and lodging,
              and that of any persons accompanying them.

12   Applicants and their accompanists are
     responsible for their own travel arran-
     gements to and from the competition.
                                                                    15        The winners agree to perform in the final concert
                                                                              with no claim of monetary compensation.

   13         By submitting an application, the applicant
              agrees not to accept any engagements, that
              would conflict with the date and time of the
                                                                    16        The organizer of the competition is not liable for any
                                                                              losses or material damage to the applicants’ instru-
                                                                              ments and personal belongings. By submitting the

                                                                              application, the applicants agree to these conditions
     The organizer of the competition reserves the right                      including these of the compulsory programs and the
     to record each performance, all rounds, and the                          competition schedule.
     final concert of the competition both acoustically
     and optically. The records may subsequently be                           The English version is for convenience purposes only
     used for publicity purposes. The organizer also                          and is not legally binding. In case of doubt, please refer
     reserves the right to grant approval to radio and                        to the German version, which is binding.
     TV stations to broadcast and to record each per-
     formance, all rounds and the final concert of the
     competition. The applicants are not entitled to
     claim any financial compensation for the broadcast
     and/or recording of their performances.
1     Arrival and registration are to take place on Monday the 7th of September 2020
                            between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. at the offices of the Robert Schumann Hochschule,
                            Fischerstrasse 110, 40476 Düsseldorf, Germany.

                            The opening of the competition takes place at 6 p.m. at the Robert Schumann
                            Hochschule. It is expected that all participants will be present.

                            Late registration will lead to disqualification of the candidate from the competition.
                            A registered competitor delayed through no fault of his own may be granted per-
                            mission to complete by the chairman of the jury if he arrives before the first round.

    Competition Schedule
                                                                                      3     The order in which competitors are to
                                                                                            perform will be determined on Monday,
                                                                                            the 7th of September 2020 at 4 p.m.

                                                                                            in the Robert Schumann Hochschule in
    For each instrument, the competition will consist of three rounds and the               Düsseldorf.
    prize winner’s concert. The successful completion of a round constitutes
    admission to the next round. The participants of the prize winner’s concert             The attendance of competitors and accom-
    will be established in the third round. The first three prize winners will be           panists at this event is mandatory. The per-
    determined on the basis of their concert performance.                                   formance schedule will be announced by
                                                                                            public notice and the times as announced
    The name of the competitors to progress to the next round shall be                      are to be strictly adhered to.
    announced by the chairman of the jury following the jury deliberations.

    All the rounds and the prize winner’s concert are open to the public.

4     Every participant shall have the opportunity to rehearse. He will
      be notified of his rehearsal times by the Aeolus competition office
      at his arrival on Monday, the 7th of September 2020.                                  7    The prize winner’s concert shall take place at
                                                                                                 11 a.m.
                                                                                                 on Sunday, the 13th September 2020
                                                                                                 in the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, Germnay

                                                                                                 Also participating shall be the
                                                         Candidates are required to be           Düsseldorfer Symphoniker.
                                                         present at the venue at least

                                                         thirty minutes before their per-        The prize winner’s concert will be recorded
     The competition commences on Tuesday,               formance.                               by the radio station Deutschlandfunk – Media
     the 8th of September 2020 at 10 a.m.                                                        Partner of the Aeolus International Compe-
                                                         A late appearance will lead to          tition for Wind Instruments and broadcasted
     First round: 8th/9th September 2020                 disqualification. If the competitor     soon thereafter.
     Second round: 9th/10th September 2020               is delayed through no fault of his      The prize winner’s concert will be recorded
     Third round: 10th/11th September 2020               own, the chairman of the jury may       and broadcasted worldwide via Livestreaming
     Orchestra-rehearsal: 12th September 2020            permit further participation if the     in the internet.
     Prize winner’s concert:13th September 2020          progression of the contest is not
                                                         materially delayed or interrupted.      The competitors whose participation in the
     Candidates are required to inform themselves        The prize winner’s concert must         prize winner’s concert was determined in
     in person of their performance schedule.            not be affected by such a delay.        the third round and the winner of the special
                                                                                                 prize for the best interpretation of contem-
                                                                                                 porary music are required to attend the
                                                                                                 concert as soloists and to receive their prize
                                                                                                 in person. The awards ceremony shall take
                                                                                                 place after the concert.
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Contact   Sekretariat Aeolus Wettbewerb                          Imprint Publisher: Sieghardt Rometsch-Stiftung
          Robert Schumann Hochschule                                     Wildenbruchstrasse 9, DE 40545 Düsseldorf
          Fischerstrasse 110
          40476 Düsseldorf, Germany                                      Design: Prof. Helfried Hagenberg
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I n t e r n at i o n a l e r A e o l u s B l ä s e rw e t t b e w e r b

Internationaler Aeolus Bläserwettbewerb 2020
The Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments 2020
für Horn, Klarinette, Saxophon for Horn, Clarinet, Saxophone
8. bis 13. September 2020 September 8th to 13th , 2020

Robert Schumann Hochschule
Wettbewerbsbüro Aeolus
Fischerstrasse 110

DE 40476 Düsseldorf

                                                 Einsendeschluss ist der 30. April 2020.
                                                 Es gilt der Eingangsstempel der Robert Schumann Hochschule.

                                                 Final Registration Date 30th April 2020.
Anmeldung | Application Form                     The effective date is the date of receipt by the
                                                 Robert Schumann Hochschule.

Personalien Bitte in Druckbuchstaben ausfüllen | Please fill in clearly in using block letters

Fach | Instrument

    Frau | Female          Herr | Male

Name | Surname				                                    Vorname | Given Name

Geburtsdatum | Date of birth		                        Geburtsort | Place of birth

Staatsangehörigkeit | Citizenship

Strasse | Street

Postleitzahl, Ort | Postal code, City		               Land | Country

Telefon | Telephone			                                Telefax | Fax


Jetzige Tätigkeit | Present position

Arbeitsstelle | Company

Musikalische Ausbildung mit Angaben zum künstlerischen Werdegang, Lehrern, Diplomen etc.
Where did you receive your musical training? Name(s) of your teacher(s), diplomas etc.
Pflichtfeld | mandatory field
Bisherige Teilnahme an Musikwettbewerben, Preise etc.
Participation and prizes at the following musical contests
Pflichtfeld | mandatory field

Klavierbegleitung | Piano accompanist

Ich benötige einen Klavierbegleiter | I need a piano accompanist

    ja | yes              nein | no

Personalien der Klavierbegleitung. Bitte in Druckbuchstaben ausfüllen.
Name of the piano accompanist. Please fill in clearly in using block letters.

    Frau | Female         Herr | Male

Name | Surname				                                     Vorname | Given Name

Telefon | Telephone			                                 Telefax | Fax


Pflichtprogramm siehe Programmheft des Internationalen Aeolus Bläserwettbewerbs
Compulsory programme see official programme of the Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments

Ich erhielt Informationen über den Wettbewerb durch
I obtained the information on the competition from

    Website               Broschüre | Brochure             Anzeige | Advertisement     Poster

    Sonstige | Other

Ort | Place				                                       Datum | Date

Unterschrift des Bewerbers | Signature of applicant

Anlage aktuelles Foto, Vita in Deutsch, Kopie des Passes/Personalausweises
Attachment a recent Photo, Vita in German or English, copy of the passport
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